Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Dark Knight Rises: A Review

“Now this evil… rises. The Batman has to come back. He must… He must…” There are times in our lives when the world once again begins to speak of evil. In the wake of national tragedy, our collective minds are … Continue reading

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Brave: A Review

This review is a little on the late side, but hey, I have 3 kids. Can a person change their fate? Should they try? How much control over one’s own destiny does a person have? These are the questions that … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Patriotism, Creativity, Scriptural Inconsistency, and a few videos…

John Cleese on Creativity – Fans of Comedy know John Cleese as an actor, a writer, and an original member of the Groundbreaking British Comedy troop, Monty Python. In this article, Cleese himself explains his creative method. Really interesting stuff. … Continue reading

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The Amazing Spiderman: A Review

There was a time when I would see almost one movie a week throughout the summer and fall. Those days are long gone. Now I can almost guarantee which movies I will and will not see in theaters during the … Continue reading

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